Court Technology Conference comes to Minneapolis this week
This post comes from Manoj Jain, vice president, Global Head of Business Development and Sales at Thomson Reuters Court Management Solutions.
The 14th Court Technology Conference (CTC) will be held in Minneapolis this week from September 22-24 at the Minneapolis Convention Center. Organized by the National Center for State Courts (NCSC), CTC is considered the most relevant and comprehensive court technology conference in the world, with educational tracks for court professionals about the latest technological trends and advances in court management solutions and industry best practices.
The conference will showcase one of the largest court technology exhibits in the world, and this year more than 1,500 judges, court administrators, court managers, technologists and other justice-system professionals from around the globe are expected to attend for three days of professional development, education sessions and networking.
Among the key themes and education tracks at this year’s conference:
- Tools for the 21st Century Judge
- The Judiciary in a Virtual, Mobile and Social World
- Access to Justice
- The Courthouse of the Future
Improving the function of the courts and legal systems around the world is central to our goal of powering the global legal system. Thomson Reuters is a Platinum-level sponsor for CTC, and we will showcase C-Track, our case management and electronic filing solution, at our booth (# 931) in the exhibit hall.
If you are at the conference, we look forward to seeing you at the Thomson Reuters booth. And if you can’t be there, visit Legal Current for coverage from the CTC.